History and visit the rue Murillo in Paris
Murillo Street locates in the 8th arrondissement of Paris. She travels the area of Europe. It starts Avenue Ruysdael and goes to the rue de Courcelles. The opening of this road was made in 1867. The name of this street was given in honor of Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, the famous Spanish painter.
Murillo Street has exceptional buildings and places full of stories. Building a neo-classical style is the numbers 4 and 6 Rue Murillo. It was built by the architect Auguste Tronquois in 1869. This building gives a luxurious look to the street Murillo and its surroundings with its facade inimitable.
Number 8 rue Murillo also has a masterpiece of architect Auguste Tronquois. It is a building of neo-Louis XIII built in 1869. Mansions on this street are like those who locate the numbers 14 and 16.
The financial Esnest Crosnier is the owner of the Hotel Crosnier. It is a mansion dating from the second half of the nineteenth century and up to the number 1. This hotel gives a great hotel with its façade and its very neat. It is currently the embassy of Algeria.
Hotels that were on the rue Murillo were demolished. Include the hotel ME Norman, the hotel of the Count R.Chandon Briaille and hotel belonging to banker Octave Homberg.
Murillo Street has attracted famous personalities as opera singer who lived Lucienne Bréval No. 6 in 1910. The member of the Comédie-French Louis Auguste Jules Leitner lived at number 11 in 1910.
Transfer to the rue Murillo in Paris
Murillo Street is at a distance of 19.6 km from Orly Airport, 29 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 83.9 km from Beauvais Airport.